[Daniel Dercksen] Discovery can sometimes uncover the deadliest of secrets and, with the riveting Mud, it's wise to let and sleeping and charismatic fugitive lie low.
[Daniel Dercksen] Fifty-five years ago the world's charming Nordic superhero Thor and Mighty Avenger was born and now returns for the super spectacular and highly entertaining big screen sequel Thor: The Dark World.
[Daniel Dercksen] If there are four hours in your life that can truly be celebrated as heavenly, it's experiencing The Metropolitan Opera's lyric opera, Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin.
[Daniel Dercksen] You might not know who Robbie de Wee is, but after watching the superb Die Ballade van Robbie De Wee, everyone will know who Marno van der Merwe is. Daniel Dercksen shares a few thoughts with Marno and talks about his demanding role, as well as the South African film Industry.
[Daniel Dercksen] Musicals are the lifeblood of entertainment and judging by the spontaneous response from its opening weekend audience and rousing ovations, Guys and Dolls is a winner.
[Daniel Dercksen] The power of the life- and goal-affirming Jobs will change your world and the way you live.
[Daniel Dercksen] If there's a tragic love story that's definitely going to capture your heart, it's Diana, a compelling portrait of the Princess of Wales during the final two years of her life.
[Daniel Dercksen] The imposing Afrikaans musical Ons Vir Jou is not just any musical, it's a spectacular show everyone needs to experience and is on in Cape Town for a short must-see season.
[Daniel Dercksen] Tennessee Williams has always been running away from death and with the compelling The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore, the tragedy of his fearsome obsession is strikingly realised.
[Daniel Dercksen] Passionate rivalry brings out the best and worst of two of the greatest champions that the world of sports has ever witnessed in Rush.
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